Hello! You probably have if you drive down Concord Road early in the morning. It's a Black 2011/RT AWD.
Yes - I thought I posted pictures. Maybe I only took them for a reference.
I wound up turning the wheel all the way outward. This makes it easier for you to pull back the wheel-well liner, and to reach inside to replace the light. I recommend replacing both of the fog lights at the same time. The liner is pretty flexible.
(a) Take out the push-pins (I think there were either 3 or 4 - don't lose them!). You might need to use a flat-head screwdriver.
(b) Then I was able to pull back the wheel-well liner. There are clips on the liner that hook into the front bumper cover/fender.
(c) I was able to reach inside and fetch the burnt out fog light.
(d) Insert the new light, and test it before closing up the liner.
(e) Be careful when clip the liner back in fender. It should just snap into place.
(f) Reinsert the push-pins.
What's up man I work in Billerica. Hope to see you driving around one day. Hey I saw you posted about some fog lights did you ever figure that out? I can't get the wheel well liner away from the fender
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